Coeliac Disease Blood Test

Want to know if you have coeliac disease (celiac disease)? Take a coeliac disease blood test to find out.

Coeliac (celiac) testing is quick and easy. All you need to do is take a finger-prick blood sample and return it using the prepaid envelope. Your sample will be analysed by our UKAS-accredited lab partner (who also test for the NHS) and you'll get your coeliac blood test results and doctor's report in days.

  • Results and doctors report in 3 days or less
  • Free, next-working day delivery
  • Approved coeliac antibody test

£47.00


Testing with Selph is fast and easy

Collect & Post Sample
Collect & Post Sample

Use your test kit to collect your sample at home

Use the included envelope to post your sample back to our accredited lab for analysis.

Accurate Results, explained
Accurate Results, explained

We'll deliver your results to your online dashboard.

Your dashboard tracks all your tests so you can see your results over time.

Get Support & Progress
Get Support & Progress

Our experts give you a report so you'll know what your results mean.

We'll highlight how you can use your results to understand symptoms, pick up health problems early and take action.

Personalise your coeliac blood test

You can choose how you'd to collect your blood sample. You may also want to add to your test panel depending on your age, sex and any symptoms.

Choose how to collect your blood sample
Add to your test

What's tested in your Coeliac Disease Blood Test?

Our coeliac test is a fully comprehensive multi-step panel including free confirmatory testing so you can have full confidence in your results.

Please note that you need to have had gluten in your diet in the 6 weeks before testing for coeliac disease blood tests to be accurate.

  • Tissue transglutaminase IgA antibodies

    This is the gold-standard, NHS-approved blood test for coeliac disease. We measure this in all cases.

  • Total IgA antibodies

    If your tissue transglutaminase IgA level is low, we'll go on and test your total IgA antibody level to make sure you produce this type of antibody.

  • Deamidated gliadin peptide IgG antibodies

    If you're found to be IgA deficient, we'll go on and test your deamidated gliadin peptide IgG antibody levels which can indicate coeliac disease.

  • Endomysial IgA antibodies

    If your tissue transglutaminase level is high, we'll go on and test your endomysial antibody levels to confirm that coeliac disease is highly likely.